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post #21 of 23

I picked up two of these at Sams a couple of weeks ago for $49 (one for me and one for my neighbor).  The first weekend I did two racks of baby back ribs and and a jalapeno stuffed pork tenderloin and they turned out great.  I normally use an offset smoker, and nobody could tell the difference. Last weekend I did 3 pounds of smoked salmon, and again, it turned out just like the offset.

 

Today I was at Sams to get some items for a pork loin smoke this weekend, and they had them marked down to $29, so of course, I grabbed the last one (other than the display).

 

They will both go on vacation this summer so we can do 4 pork butts at one time.

 

I'm very impressed by this little smoker.  It holds temps at 225 - 250 easily while hooked up to a 20 lb tank and can reach over 350 if you turn it on high.

 

Mike

post #22 of 23

Just picked one of these up to use at our motorhome at the dog shows. We have two MES30's at home but thought this would be easier to transport.

 

We made ribs last weekend and with a bit of wiggling we were able to fit 4 racks of baby backs. The ones on the top rack were great but the ones on the bottom burned. That bottom rack is too close to the burner.

 

Anyone else move that rack higher?  Maybe I just need to learn the smoke better...

 

Thanks!

Carol

post #23 of 23

I have had the same problem with being unable to complete a smoke without the portion of the meat directly above the burner on the bottom rack getting burnt. 

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